Hi again, everyone! Spring (for in Toronto anyways) has returned. I don't see any crusty ice banks around now, getting more rain than snow for the plants to come and everyone are more than eager to come outside to enjoy the fresh air at least, more so than ever as the pandemic continues. While you're all anxious about getting things back to normal, please upkeep with ALL the safety rules for COVID:
- Keep about 6ft apart
- Wear your masks inside public areas
- Wash often your face and hands
And finally please, please, PLEASE, BE PATIENT in the line-ups, especially when the store staff has to clean after each customer to avoid cross-contamination between people. To stop the virus' spreading and reduce cases, including deaths. We're NOT out of this YET and until at least most of us gets vaccinated for against this virus, we have to keep at doing this so we can get our normal lives back sooner!
Well, as of late, I've been getting some spring cleaning done and getting ready for the warmer weather to come while storing away my winter gear. Tossing some things and using 'em up too; it can be an ever-ongoing life trend for myself. I don't want to have too much junk being held on for trivial reasons, mostly for practical or sentimental values. Letting go of some things is a lesson I've been doing some insight about of late too. Use it up, Give it away, Let it pass or just Toss it, determining what is worth it or not in the end with my aims and goals.
I'm still doing artwork though I'm going for short works right now. Something to help beef up my portfolio with more recent works. A while back, I did small spot illustrations with the year-end holidays for some banner art. It seems fine enough for short works, plus could also be used as emojis too. Figured that I make some sets of them for assets. Right now I'm doing holiday themes. So far, I did Valentine's, St. Patrick's and the upcoming Easter Day. I can draw other themes like the weather, sports or anything with enough content to make a series of.